As you know, one of the things I do during my working day is read through various newspapers and periodicals seeking out articles of interest for the company from around the world. It can be a fascinating aspect of my work, it can also be one of the most boring. Sometimes it can be an experience which just makes me want to shake my head and wonder about what some people do with their lives.
Take, for example, Danny McDyer. Danny was a millionaire for a while; he admits to having blown all of his money of betting and the fast life. How did he become a millionaire? By smuggling condoms into the Republic of Ireland in the early Seventies.
Or Ed Houybens. His aim in life is to father as many children as he can and, through the quality of his sperm, help as many single women, lesbian or gay couples as he possibly can. So far he admits to having sixty-three children.
And then there’s Roland Becker, who has set up the first gay marriage service for anyone who wishes to marry their same-sex partner, in Scotland.
How about Justin Esch and Dave Lefkow? Their joint aim in life is to produce different forms of salt which make every meal, no matter what it is, taste of bacon.
Finally there’s Guido Lenssens. His discovery is a roll-on perfume which has stormed the marketplace in Asia. It took him six years and a million Euro to achieve his dream. The name of the perfume? Vulva. Do I need to tell you what the scent reminds people of?
Love & Kisses, Viki.